After the pro-Brexit vote in UK most of the attention has been focused on Conservative Party, resignation of David Cameron, rise of Theresa May and shocking appointment of Boris Johnson as foreign secretary. In turn, we asked our researcher Benjamin Tallis to speak on the current situation in the Labour Party which is undergoing a crisis of values, leadership and internal political fragmentation.
In his 5 minutes speech Benjamin Tallis answers following questions:
What triggered the crisis? (0:36)
Why is Labour in crisis? (1:44)
Is Jeremy Corbyn electable? (3:20)
And does it matter? (3:50)
Crisis of leadershp: Corbyn's incompetence? (4:13)
What outcome of the crisis can be expected? (5:02)
Benjamin Tallis is a researcher and co-ordinator of the Centre for European Security of the IIR Prague. Among his areas of interest are, for example, European Security or Borders and the Politics of Bordering.